Tatton IM launches blended portfolios alongside DFM

AMC 0.30%, OCF ranges from 0.56% to 0.64%

Victoria McKeever
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Lothar Mentel: "This is our first standalone portfolio replicating fund launch and is a key part of our development."
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Lothar Mentel: "This is our first standalone portfolio replicating fund launch and is a key part of our development."

Tatton Investment Management, the asset management firm of Tatton Asset Management, has launched a range of 'blended' portfolios, to mirror its discretionary fund management (DFM) service.

The range intends to allow IFAs to adopt Tatton's investment style across all investment wrappers and provide a complete centralised investment proposition to their clients. The funds have an annual...

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